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Argentina achieved recognition from Israel to send it bone-in beef and sheep

Frozen Bone-In Beef
Published Feb 27, 2024

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Argentina is on the verge of being able to export kosher bone-in beef and lamb to Israel, following approval from the Veterinary and Animal Health Service of Israel. The decision comes after negotiations initiated by Argentina's National Service of Agri-Food Health and Quality in January to expand the current International Veterinary Certificate for boneless meats to include kosher bone-in beef. Argentina, recognized as free from foot and mouth disease and having the highest health status for bovine spongiform encephalopathy by the World Organization for Animal Health, is now considered eligible to export bone-in meat from its entire national territory to Israel.
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Israel "has considered Argentina as an eligible country to export bone-in meat from the entire national territory." Argentina is one step away from being able to export kosher bone-in beef and lamb to Israel. The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of the Nation informed that the Veterinary and Animal Health Service of Israel (Ivsah, for its acronym in English), sent the National Service of Agri-Food Health and Quality (Senasa) its agreement to advance in the foreign trade operation. Through a note signed by the veterinary director of Imports and Exports of Isvath, Shlomo Garazi, it was indicated that Israel "has considered Argentina as an eligible country to export bone-in meat from the entire national territory," and expressed its agreement to expand the scope of the current International Veterinary Certificate (CVI) for the shipment of boneless meats of the same species and offal to add kosher bone-in beef. In this way, it responded to the request of Senasa, which, ...
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